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Websites wont load correctly WIN 7


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adam0887

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I have been having a problem that I have been trying to troubleshoot for a while but its now getting worse. Some websites i go to are not loading properly. Either they look right but none of the hyperlinks work, or they load in text only format along the left side of the screen. Also it is effecting game servers and chat systems ie ventrillo and skype.
 
Thank you for helping! If there is any other information I can give you, let me know

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Plastic Nev

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Hi :welcome:

 

This sounds like an internet connection speed issue, do you know what download and upload speeds you are supposed to be getting?

 

Run this test and let us know the results please. No need for links, just make a note of what it tells you for Ping, Upload, and download speeds and post them in the next reply.

 

http://www.speedtest.net/

 

Nev.


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I have a stable connection between 55 and 65 mbps down and 12 up. I ran ping tests on websites that i have problems with, they come back clean. Malware checks come back clean as well.


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Make and full model number of computer?

Wired or wireless connection?

What web browser are you using?

 

Does this happen if you boot to Safe Mode with Networking?


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Take a look at this tutorial. Follow the steps and then get back to us. :)

 

 

http://windowsinstru...han-it-used-to/


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